Aside from ensuring the tone of the 100-seat restaurant, the cuisine also draws inspiration from the 18th century where much of the food came from all over the world, including Spain, Portugal, Germany, and the West Indies. Executive Chef Kendal Duque created a menu that takes the classic tavern recipes and gives them a modern spin by using fresh, local ingredients.
We definitely think their flatbreads look like great appetizers for a group to share before their main course, which could include wild salmon, sea scallops with cavatelli pasta, pork belly sliders on brioche rolls, and beef cheeks braised in porter. To pair with your meal, the Tavern offers a nice selection of craft beers, wines, and various tasty cocktails.
Prices range from $7 for a flatbread to $19 for the grass-fed rib-eye.
For more information visit CityTavernChicago.com
Mila Pantovich lives in San Diego, CA with her cat and two rats. She graduated from California State San Marcos with a degree in Literature and Writing and a minor in Film Studies. She has written for several publications, including San Diego City News and North Park News, and in her spare time writes film reviews for various online publications. A self-prescribed film/book obsessive, she's curren...(Read More)